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Poster: eh_ver Date: Apr 5, 2012 3:18pm
Forum: radioprograms Subject: Re: new OTR

Excellent! I haven't tried either Lights Out or Dimension X and the Mel Blanc is one I've never heard of. One of the key things has been sound quality, as I spend most of the time listening in a relatively noisy van, making it harder to listen to, for example, a lot of the 30s stuff. I think my driving is the reason I steered so much towards late 40s and 50s stuff, which ended up being really great, as I really feel like the onset of television really gave the radio industry a kick out of fear that they would be surpassed...which they did anyways, but the quality of a lot of the later shows is just amazing to me.

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Poster: SlimeCounty Date: Apr 5, 2012 4:26pm
Forum: radioprograms Subject: Re: new OTR

Ah, well I'm afraid you may find the audio quality of Light's Out and Dimension X somewhat lacking...they relied heavily on string instruments and creaking doors for effects, and unfortunately that can make you cringe, but if you can get past it, it's still wonderful story telling...as for the Mel Blanc show, the quality is awesome...enjoy, let me know whatcha think!

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Poster: eh_ver Date: Apr 9, 2012 3:49pm
Forum: radioprograms Subject: Re: new OTR

Thanks! Will do. I hate to dicriminate. I try to at least sample a little of everything, but sometimes I get limited by what I will be doing while listening. Hard to listen to The Shadow or other horror stuff when I'm trying to sleep (random screams as I'm drifting off...not preferable) and sound qualilty is key when I'm in the van, as crisp sound is the best to combat "van sounds".